Happy 15 months to our Sophie! Doesn't seem possible, but here we are already, a quarter into her second year. She is still so little (15.4 lbs) that it's hard to see her as a toddler now. And she IS toddling! Very slowly and cautiously, but taking more steps and more willingly every day. She has this stiff legged little walk that makes us laugh!
And boy, is she a climber! She wants to climb everything she can get a foothold on and yesterday attempted to scale the piano. Yikes. We joke that, of course, the girl who needs oxygen will turn out to want to be a mountain climber! Jack is doing a good job of looking out for her now and always tells me when she's up to no good!
She isn't saying any new words yet but has her five or six that she says fairly well: ta (thank you), Da Da (Daddy), Nana (for my Mum), Ja (Jack), duck, dog, doh (for her paci). And somehow, like most little ones, she makes herself understood quite well. She is starting to shake or nod her head for yes and no, too. Music is her favorite thing (apart from snack foods!) and she LOVES it when we sing to her.
Unfortunately, we have noticed that she is becoming quite the little drama queen! She whines and complains as soon as anyone touches her oxygen tubing or comes near her food or toys. We are working on that!
Healthwise, Sophie is doing ok. She has been sick several times since January with colds, pneumonia and a tummy bug, so has not gained any weight. She goes for her 15 month pediatrician check next week so we'll see what the doc says.
Love you bunches Sophie Joy!
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